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How to reset oxygen sensor code on chrysler town and country 1996

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they are on the front drivers side of the transmisson and have two wires coming off them, there are two one is an input shaft sensor and the other is an output shaft sensor unless you have a 4 cyl van then there is only one sensor please rate -jeff

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Memory selector is on driver's door, First set driver 1 seat and mirror positions, then press and release memory "s" button. then press and release memory selector "1" button. repeat for # 2 driver substituting memory selector 2 in step 2. hope this will help you

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SOURCE: Bank 1 Sensor 1 - Oxygen sensor needs to be

The sensor you indicate would be on the manifold of the head containing cyl.# 1, top sensor (prior to catalytic conv.) 6 cyl. engine. 4 cylinder would be sensor on exhaust manifold. Confirm sensor failure prior to replacing as chrysler harness connectors are known for pin failures at 02 sensor connections. Inspect for burnt pins and cracked/chaffed wires first before changing sensor.

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You did not mention the engine size you have, but the sensor is mounted on the trans housing and will look like this on a 3.8 liter engine.

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SOURCE: P0032 Oxygen sensor heater problem. This is on a

The sensor in question is behind the engine on the exhaust manifold.

You can test the heater in the sensor with an ohmmeter using the following procedure:

  1. Disconnect the electrical harness from the sensor.
  2. The white wires in the sensor connector are the power and ground circuits for the heater.
  3. Connect the ohmmeter test leads to the terminals of the white wires in the heated oxygen sensor connector.
  4. Check the resistance of the sensor, if it is not within 4-7 ohms, replace the sensor.
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code p0040 refers to oxygen sensor signals swapped , bank 1 sensor 1 / bank 2 oxygen sensor 1===causes --wiring problems . Check that the wiring connections on the ECM or swapped on the sensors or wrong sensors in the system. One will be HO2S and the other is a O2S

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2003 Chrysler Town & Country po171 code


DTC P0171 - System Too Lean (Bank 1)
Basically this means that an oxygen sensor in bank 1 detected a lean condition (too much oxygen in the exhaust). On V6/V8/V10 engines, Bank 1 is the side of the engine that has cylinder #1.

Note: This DTC (Diagnostic Trouble Code) is very similar to P0174, and in fact your vehicle may show both codes at the same time.

I would suggest that you take a look at the front oxygen sensor. Typically speaking the oxygen sensor causes this code to appear. Here is the possible cause list from the manual for your car.

Trouble Code: P0171 (2.5L V6 Auto) - Fuel System Lean (Bank 1)

Possible Causes:
Air leaks in intake manifold, exhaust pipes or exhaust manifold
Base engine mechanical problem causing a lean A/F condition
Fuel control Sensor is out of calibration (e.g., ECT, IAT or MAP)
Fuel delivery component fault (clogged filter, low fuel pressure)
O2 element is contaminated, deteriorated or it has failed
Vacuum hose is disconnected, broken, leaking or loose

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How many oxygen sensors are there on chrysler town and country with 3.8 engine? thanks


There are 4 O2 sensors on your car. The upstream and downstream sensors are different. Is there a problem we can help you with?

Nov 22, 2010 | 2002 Chrysler Town & Country

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P0032 Oxygen sensor heater problem. This is on a 2004 Chrysler Town and Country 3.8 L V6.


The sensor in question is behind the engine on the exhaust manifold.

You can test the heater in the sensor with an ohmmeter using the following procedure:
  1. Disconnect the electrical harness from the sensor.
  2. The white wires in the sensor connector are the power and ground circuits for the heater.
  3. Connect the ohmmeter test leads to the terminals of the white wires in the heated oxygen sensor connector.
  4. Check the resistance of the sensor, if it is not within 4-7 ohms, replace the sensor.
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the first one on the right hand side before the catalytic converter

Mar 13, 2010 | 2001 Chrysler Town & Country

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Could a bad 02 sensor affect shifting in my 1996 chrysler town & country? When I started having problems I put a scanner on it, and the only code it put out was for a oxygen sensor. Could the 02 sensor...


Yes, the car will probably shift harder (if it has an automatic transmission) and it won't shift correctly when you try to accelerate at speeds over 30 MPH (it will downshift too many gears).

Nov 01, 2009 | 1996 Chrysler Town & Country

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Oxygen sensor for 2000 Chrysler T&C


yes, as long as the O2 sensor screw tightly and the clip (plug in match) dont recomend any cutting or rigging the wire it self. all O2 sensors has built with the same concept.

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HAVE SOMEONE EXTRACT THE CODE FROM THE CAR'S COMPUTER. IF THERE IS A CHECK ENGINE LIGHT ON THEN THE PCM HAS A CODE STORED ON IT. IT SOUNDS TO ME LIKE A THROTTLE POSITION SENSOR, BUT JUST CHECK THE CODE TO BE SURE. SOME OF THESE CAN ALSO HAVE A BAD IDLE AIR CONTROL VALVE. I HOPE THIS HELPS YOU TO FIND THE PROBLEM. PLEASE KEEP ME POSTED, THANKS FOR USING FIX-YA. GOOD LUCK

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